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  • Some Critical Of Caltrans Bike/Walk Improvements Proposed For Western (Daily Breeze, Biking in L.A.)
  • L.A. Council Approves Study Of Removing Police From Traffic Enforcement (LAT)
  • LB Hosting Downtown Shoreline Planning Meetings (LB Post)
  • Metro Congestion Pricing Study Can't Build On NYC (LAT)
  • Judge Rules Against Barrington Plaza Evictions (Public Press, LAT, LAist)
  • ActiveSGV Recaps Recent Mission-to-Mission Active Streets Event
  • Malibu City To Launch PCH Safety Campaign (Malibu Times)
  • Carnage: Motorcyclist Killed In Crash Near CSULB (LB Post)
    • "Self-Driving" Tesla Crashes Into Police Car In Fullerton (KTLA, LAT)
  • More On Caltrans 710 Freeway South Pasadena Homes For Sale (KTLA, SGV Tribune)
  • County's Beach Bus Is Back - From Antelope Valley, East L.A., And More (AV Press, BH Beat)
  • SAFE Alert: Tell Governor Newsom To Support Bike/Walk Funding

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